Welltodo Today: Amazon Ramps Up Its Food Business, Can The FDA Redefine ‘Healthy’? Activewear Is The New Ready-To-Wear

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Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Amazon to launch a Blue Apron-like recipe delivery service this fall as it ramps up food business

Amazon is close to launching its own recipe-delivery service in partnership with Tyson Foods, showing the e-commerce company’s growing ambition in the grocery and food business. Tyson Foods CEO Donald Smith reaffirmed in its earnings call on Monday that it’s working with Amazon Fresh on a new “chef-inspired, meal kits service” called Tyson Taste Makers for launch this fall.

How Activewear Became The New Ready-To-Wear

FROM Beyoncé’s debut athleisure range, Ivy Park, to the ubiquitous Victoria’s Secret “train like an Angel” hashtag, it’s difficult to overstate the all-encompassing growth of activewear in all our lives.

Fitbit Knocks Out Jawbone Patents at U.S. Trade Agency

Fitbit Inc. won a ruling that invalidated the last of the Jawbone Inc. patents that were the subject of a dispute at the U.S. International Trade Commission. The ruling Thursday lessens the chance that Fitbit would face an import ban on bringing its fitness trackers, which are made overseas, into the U.S.

FDA Seeks to Redefine ‘Healthy’

What’s healthier than a Pop-Tart? Not almonds, according to today’s regulatory rules. That could change as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration kicks off a review of the 1990s official definition of “healthy” at the urging of food companies and lawmakers. The U.S. regulator is planning to ask the public as well as food experts for…

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